Oil fire erupts west of Manning

  An oil fire that occurred Friday several miles west of Manning in Dunn County is still under investigation, according the Dunn County Sheriff. By Brad Mosher The Herald The fire started about 11 a.m. on March 8 at the…
Sheriff issues ‘wanted’ poster for K-9 help

In order to take a bite out of crime in Dunn County, the county sheriff is hoping to take a bite out of the cost. According to Dunn County Sheriff Gary Kuhn, the department is trying to find a way…
Killdeer FFA competes in Winter Contest

FFA News On March 2nd, members of the Killdeer FFA Chapter competed at the Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky Winter Contest. It was another successful day for the members both individually and for the teams. Livestock Judging The Livestock Judging Team earned a…
Girls Scouts to celebrate Girl Scout Week starting March 12

Every year, Girl Scout councils across the nation celebrate National Girl Scout Week, a time to celebrate Girl Scouts as ground-breakers, big thinkers, and role models. This annual tradition is proudly celebrated each March starting with Girl Scout Sunday and…
North Dakota takes on robocallers

Rep. Mike Schatz says he is sick and tired of getting unwanted calls while he’s napping. “It annoys me very badly,” h So he decided to seek help. “I called the attorney general and I said, ‘You know, what do…
Cowboys now springing into a new season

Killdeer seniors Shawnee Hansen (24) and Steena Larsen (13) are among the Cowboy athletes switching to spring season sports.   There may still be snow on the ground covering the ice. The temperatures may be hovering around zero. But, to…
Legislative update: Senate District 4

Good afternoon! Here is my legislative update for the week. Thank you! District 4 Jordan Kannianen Hello everyone, we are back to work after crossover break. HB 1118 allows Federally recognized tribes to make their register available to county clerks…
Olson, Tabor take over county road department duties

Dunn County has named Del Olson and Lori Tabor to share responsibilities and act together as the interim road superintendent for the county. By Brad Mosher The Herald The decision was made during the county commissioners meeting Feb. 6 after…
Frigid February may morph into more moderate March

The long streak of sub-zero temperatures will be changing in the next few weeks, according to weather forecasts. Staff Report In Bismarck Sunday, the National Weather Service issued a Winter Hazardous Weather Outlook through the beginning of March, citing predicted…
High Plains hosts Chili Cook-off March 9

The High Plains Community Center will be hosting its third annual Chili Cook-off March 9 at 10 a.m. in Killdeer. The contestants will start preparing their dishes at 10 a.m. and must be ready for both the judges and public…
Killdeer FFA finds success in Beulah contest

FFA news On Feb. 23, members of the Killdeer FFA Chapter traveled to Beulah for the West River Winter CDE Contest. It was a successful day for the teams competing. In the Ag. Sales CDE, the team earned an 8th…
Cowboys look to future as season winds down

It started off close, with both Killdeer and visiting Trinity tied at eight points after one quarter. But the regular season finale for both teams took decidedly different paths for the remaining three quarters as the Titans grabbed a 48-25…
Senior Living 2019

View the online version of our 2019 Senior Living guide here! Just click in the center of the image to view.  
New Dairy Queen opens to eager patrons

Dairy Queen’s menu is famous for its Blizzard. The fast-food chain opened its latest location Feb. 12 in Killdeer during the middle of a sub-zero cold snap stretching across the Midwest. By Brad Mosher The Herald In spite of the…
Killdeer Ambulance numbers keep up dramatic climb

The story of Killdeer is in the numbers, especially when it comes to local ambulance service. Before the end of 2018, the Killdeer Ambulance had made more more than 620 runs. By Brad Mosher The Herald Anne Hafner, the manager…
Fritel, Jaggi spell their way to state ‘Bee’

Andrew Fritel and Jacob Jaggi will be going to Bismarck March 18 for the state shampionships after winning the Dunn County berths in a competition Feb. 13. The spellers were the top finishers out of a field of 14 competitors.…